Nokia has been delving into different technologies, some weird and wonderful and others just plain awesome. This year, to celebrate the Easter holidays, Nokia is introducing #Chokia. If you haven't quite guessed from the name (and the above image), the company is producing 3D-printed logos made of chocolate.
Humorously, Nokia states the reason behind doing just the company's logo, as opposed to the Lumia 1520, is down to the recommended daily allowance, which would be surpassed by an edible Lumia 1520. And we know everyone who would receive one wouldn't be able to halt themselves from finishing the entire Windows Phone.
The cool part about this experiment is Nokia would be able to match the outstanding colors used on Lumia hardware to produce mint, orange and other flavored chocolate. There are also ideas to do a lemon meringue Lumia 1020 and hard-boiled Lime Tiles treats.
"Imagine a Nokia Lumia 1020 chocolate edition (surely in the works?) versus an Android smartphone with KitKat – which would go faster? The Lumia 1020 has no need for a break. Ergo, it wins every time."
So who's wanting some #Chokia?
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